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Description

The Plymouth LLB has an innovative thread of legal skills training where students have an opportunity to develop skills in client interviewing, negotiation, drafting and advocacy. Students can continue their training by studying for the Legal Practice Course, Graduate Diploma in Law, or an LLM.

Customer Reviews

Great!

Thanks PT! This is great to stick on the iphone and listen on the go! Really appreciate the added help. Wish the other modules had these as well.

LLB on the iPhone. Great!

This is forward thinking by University of Plymouth. Continuing its approach to practical law rather than obscure even arcane legal concepts, Plymouth continues to head to the top.

This App shows that Plymouth is not frightened to enter the space of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC) being one of a very few institutions in the UK enabling education for all. That is a social responsibility in which others have yet to confirm their interest or commitment.

Having attended Plymouth I feel I can say that its approach to law was refreshing, always interesting and stimulating. The lecturers were great and always had time to do small group tutorials to reinforce some more difficult concepts.

I support this App and encourage the team to continue to develop this initiative. This App makes me feel like I'd like to do it all over again, to take advantage of what technology now brings to legal education. More please!